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decorate-internal

README.md

decorate

Example scripts for adding "features" to a running tmux session.

Usage

. decorate-internal
. features/example

Feature

A feature is a shell script that uses a simple dsl for tmux.

w srv _srv
w code _code
v _watch_css
h _watch_js
  • w [window-name] [command] - create a new window
  • v [command] - vertical split
  • h [command] - horizontal split

Pane Creation

The currently attached session is used for creating windows and panes. Splits act on the last created window. Commands are sent to the last created pane.

Managing Large Commands

Use sourced shell functions for longer commands and place them in files named after the feature. Place them in a functions directory and source them in your .bashrc. For example, this shellscript called dev-project provides pane commands for a web development project:

__docker_up() {
  docker inspect --format='{{ .State.Running }}' gt 2> /dev/null
}

_srv() {
  cd ~/_dev/project && . docker-kit.sh && dstart
}

_code() {
  cd ~/_dev/project
}

_watch_css() {
  if [ "$(__docker_up)" == "true" ]; then
    cd ~/_dev/project && docker exec project npm run watch
  else
    _watch_css
  end
}

_watch_js() {
  if [ "$(__docker_up)" == "true" ]; then
    cd ~/_dev/project && docker exec project npm run watch-webpack
  else
    _watch_js
  end
}